I have release my perfect A* AQA Poetry comparison piece. Take a look Watch

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I have included Comments to show why it was an A* 100% and i have given a structure on how to get 100% every time.

Enjoy, REP would be appreciated haha

Ps. this is for the conflict cluster but could be applied to any other

I realised hat no matter how much i research, nothing told me how do get an A* straight up and it got really frustrating. So, i made my own, and here you go, to all those people tierd of being told what to do but not how to freakin do it!

MUST READ FIRST:
Guys, i will make this very clear... The paragraph in the document was an EXAMPLE of ONE of the paragraphs you have to write in the exam. you will HAVE to comment on LANGUAGE (X2) and STRUCTURE (X1) making THREE paragraphs in total. I will release an updated version tomorrow including A* analysis example of language using the structure that i have provided in the document. All you have to do is use my structure for all 3 points that you will make in the exam and the examiner will have no choice but to award FULL MARKS. Use my structure carefully... It is not the paragraph that matters on my document, it is the structure.

Overall: Introduce the 2 poems
Paragraph 1: structure (using my structure)
Paragraph 2: Language (Using my structure)
Paragraph 3: Language (Imagery)(Using my structure)
Conclusion

You will realise that if you use my structure, you will end up writing almost a page for each comparison you make. By making three comparisons, you will total up 3 and a half pages including intro and conclusion.

Spend 10 - 15 minutes on each comparison and about 2 - 5 mins on Introduction and conclusion.

You will finish on time with a FULL MARK essay.

Peace
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(Original post by Angelo12231)
I have included Comments to show why it was an A* 100% and i have given a structure on how to get 100% every time.

Enjoy, REP would be appreciated haha

Ps. this is for the conflict cluster but could be applied to any other
if i may enquire, what was the question that this answers responds to. I'm guessing attitudes to death or something similar
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(Original post by Angelo12231)
I have included Comments to show why it was an A* 100% and i have given a structure on how to get 100% every time.

Enjoy, REP would be appreciated haha

Ps. this is for the conflict cluster but could be applied to any other
Oh brilliant!! Probably the only revision thing ive seen for the conflict cluster thank you!

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if i may enquire, what was the question that this answers responds to. I'm guessing attitudes to death or something similar
how is the inevitability of death presented in out of the blue and on other poem (the falling leaves). Btw, I predicted out of the blue to be the named poem... if it isn't then it would be really wierd. Dont count on it though, but i did analyse the whole of AQA to come to that conclusion
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This wouldve been useful for me a year a go...:bawling:
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You spelt 'poetry' wrong in the file name



Seriously though, nice resource, cheers for the upload!

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Very nice answer.
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wish u could do one for the relationship cluster,
but this has been a great help
thanks
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You spelt 'poetry' wrong in the file name



Seriously though, nice resource, cheers for the upload!

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haha i only just made it :3 and thanks
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wish u could do one for the relationship cluster,
but this has been a great help
thanks
i personally think the structure is more helpful than the answer... this will help just as much as if i did a relationships one but i cant cuz im taking the exam on tuesday and thursday X_X
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Thanks for this - I've been stuck at band 5 for a while, now I can (hopefully) get my self up to band 6 quicker
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Thanks for this - I've been stuck at band 5 for a while, now I can (hopefully) get my self up to band 6 quicker
yep... its time to cram
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yep... its time to cram
Absolutely. Background knowledge + some fresh cramming = win, no? :P
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I have included Comments to show why it was an A* 100% and i have given a structure on how to get 100% every time.

Enjoy, REP would be appreciated haha

Ps. this is for the conflict cluster but could be applied to any other
Thank You!
I'm doing Edexcel English Literature, but the basic structure for the poetry comparison can still be applied to the poetry exam that i have on Thursday.
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Thank You!
I'm doing Edexcel English Literature, but the basic structure for the poetry comparison can still be applied to the poetry exam that i have on Thursday.
yup! good luck
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I will soon post another thread for Of mice and Men and Inspector calls and A* structure. Look out for that as well!
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I will soon post another thread for Of mice and Men and Inspector calls and A* structure. Look out for that as well!
Do you know which exam is o what day?
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Do you know which exam is o what day?
inspector calls of mice and men is on tuesday.
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does anyone have any good quotes, non generic for mr briling, sheila and inspector goole? PM me, we can exchange ideas
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